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									                 The American Hospital of Paris Foundation
575 Madison Avenue, 10th Floor New York, NY 10022 • 212 605.0380 • (fax) 212. 605.0342 •

                                     PRESS RELEASE

    Ina Garten to be honored at American Hospital of Paris Foundation
                             Benefit Dinner

New York, NY. March 18, 2009. The American Hospital of Paris Foundation is pleased
to announce that Ina Garten, the “Barefoot Contessa,” famed entrepreneur, Food Network
television host and cookbook author, will be honored at a dinner benefiting the American
Hospital of Paris, to be held at Daniel restaurant on May 6, 2009 at 6:30 p.m.

Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Schulhof are the Dinner Chairmen of our “Celebration of
Food, France and Franco-American Friendship.” On the Dinner Committee are:
Donna and Max Chapman, Elizabeth and Billy Cornay, Barry Friedberg and Charlotte
Moss, Frank Ginsberg, Marcella and David Hille, Suzanne Hoyt, Ellen and Howard
Katz, Pier and George Lowy, Pamela and Edward Pantzer, Laura Pels, and Susan and
Eric Sheinberg.

Ina Garten has been variously described as “everyone’s big sister,” and “the modern
expression of the perfect hostess,” and, perhaps most famously, by her friend Martha
Stewart, as “bright-eyed and apple-cheeked.” Guests will enjoy the opportunity to
meet with and hear Ina speak about her adventures in cooking. All guests will receive
a copy of her widely acclaimed cookbook, Barefoot in Paris.

The evening will feature a special menu, with wine and champagne pairings, created
by acclaimed French chef Daniel Boulud.

The benefit dinner at Daniel restaurant, 60 East 65th Street, New York City, will start
at 6:30 pm. Attendance is by invitation only with ticket prices at $1,000 per person.

The mission of The American Hospital of Paris Foundation is to raise funds and
awareness in the United States for the American Hospital of Paris. For more
information contact Gary D. Jaworski, Ph.D., Executive Director, AHP Foundation,
575 Madison Avenue, 10th floor, New York, NY 10022. Website: For
tickets, please call 212-605-0398.

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